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Sree Narayana College,
Punalur, Kollam,
Kerala – 691305.
Phone:0475 2222635, 3258895
E-mail:[email protected]
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College Rules
Office hours
The College office functions from 9.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. on all working days
Good manners and conduct in the campus
Students are expected to be cleanly and suitably dressed in their class as well as at any gathering within the college premises. Women students should particularly observe strict modesty in dress.
When a student meets a member of the teaching staff of the college within the campus or outside, it is a matter of politeness that he/she should greet him/her.
When a teacher enters a class, the students must keep standing until the teacher has invited them to sit down or he/she himself/ herself occupied his/her seat.
Students should keep with them texts and note books required for the classes they attend.
No student shall leave the classroom during a lecture without the permission of the teacher.
Loitering through the corridors, hooting in the class rooms and other undesirable activities which disturb the calm atmosphere of the college are strictly forbidden.
Absolute obedience is expected from every student. If anyone tries to defy the authority of the principal or any teacher he/she will be punished.
Smoking is strictly prohibited in the college campus.
Students are forbidden to attend or organise any meeting in the college or to collect money for any purpose without the permission of the Principal. They should not circulate among the students any notice of petition or paste it anywhere in the college premises without any written sanction of the Principal. Political activism is strictly banned in the campus. Students resorting to strikes are strictly prohibited from entering the verandah of the building or the class rooms.
Students are not allowed to make a complaint in a body or to address any authority in collective petition. Such combined action is subversive of good order. They should always be respectful to seniors and superiors, polite and courteous to all, ready to oblige and show themselves lovers of good order and decourm.
Habitual negligence in college work, dishonesty, obscenity in word or any other acts of misconduct will involve severe disciplinary action.
Students are forbidden from making any mark on the furniture or on the walls of the college. If any student damages or destroys any college property he/she will have to pay the cost of repair.
Students are expected to maintain decency and decorum in dress and behaviour.
Smoking, chewing, snuffing and other unhealthy practices are strictly prohibited in the campus.
Use of cell phone is strictly prohibited in the campus.
As per the order of the Honourable High Court of Kerala W.A. No.535/2003 dt. 26/05/2003, any student involved in ragging activities will be expelled from the college.
Any student who is persistently insubordinate, who is repeatedly or wilfully mischievous, who is guilty of fraud or malpractice in connection with examinations or who, in the opinion of the Principal, is likely to have an unwholesome influence on his fellow students, shall be removed from the rolls. The removal shall be temporary or permanent according to the gravity of the offence.
Identity Cards
All students admitted to the college shall keep with them their identity cards, with recent passport size photograph, duly attested by the Principal. All payments, issue of certificates etc. will be made to the students only on production of their identity cards. The students shall produce their identity card as and when the teaching staff, office staff or any other members of the college service demand it.

Any tampering or disfiguring made on identity cards will be considered as a serious offence. Such identity cards will be cancelled and no new cards will be issued. In case an original identity card has been irrecoverably lost, a duplicate card will be issued, only after completing the procedure usually followed in the college. Fine for duplicate identity card is Rs. 30/-. The identity card shall be surrendered in the office at the time of issue of transfer certificate or on the completion of the course whichever is earlier.
The teacher will mark attendance at the beginning of each period. The students are required to be in their places at the beginning of each class.
1. A student who is not in the class when the attendance is taken shall be marked absent.
2. Late comers shall not enter the class without the permission of the teacher.
3. A teacher shall however mark a student coming late present after dealing with him/her as he/she thinks fit.
4. No student will be allowed to leave the class during class hours without the permission of the Head of the Institution.
5. No student shall be absent from the class without leave. Application for leave shall be submitted in the prescribed form one day in advance or on the day the student rejoins the college.
6. All applications for leave from students will be entertained only if they are countersigned by the parent and recommended by the group tutor concerned. Applications for leave, in the case of degree students shall be forwarded by the respective Head of Department also.
7. If the period of leave applied for, exceeds 5 days he/she shall produce a medical certificate from a Registered Medical Practitioner, on the day before or after the period of leave. Medical certificates submitted later will not be accepted.
8. If a student is absent from the class without leave for more than 10 days, his/her name shall be removed from the rolls. He/she may however be re-admitted after furnishing sufficient reasons.
9. At the end of each term or at the beginning of the following term, a list will be put up on the General Notice Board, showing the number of days of attendance lost by each student till then.
10. Absence from class for an hour will be considered as absence for the concerned session
11. The Annual Certificate for Attendance and Progress required for promotion and for admission to the University Examination will not be granted unless-

a) The student has atleast 75% of the attendance prescribed by the University for the Course.
b) The student has completed the course of instruction to the satisfaction of the authorities.
c) His/her progress in studies and conduct has been satisfactory.
Students whose attendance falls below the prescribed minimum shall apply for exemption through the Principal before 28th/29th February each year. The application in the prescribed form shall be accompanied by a chalan receipt for Rs.50/- upto 20 days and Rs.30/- upto 10 days.
Exemption will not be granted by the University, if the shortage of attendance exceeds 22 days. No exemption will be granted more than once during a course. No application for exemption will be recommended more than once during a course. No application for exemption will be recomended by the Principal unless he/she is satisfied that the shortage of attendance was due to a cause beyond the student’s control. Ordinarily, long continued illness will be accepted as a plea for shortage of attendance. Absence without leave application will not be condoned under any circumstance.

Fee Rules

Tuition fees will be collected in eight equal instalments in the months of June, August, September, October, November, December, January and February. The first instalment of fees including the special fees prescribed and Caution Deposit will be collected from the students of senior classes within a period of seven consecutive working days beginning from the date of re-opening of the college. In the case of students of junior classes the same will be collected on or before the 7th consecutive working day of the month concerned. The Principal is competent to fix the due date for collection of fees for the various classes.
Students belonging to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Communities who are eligible for educational concessions from the Department of Harijan Welfare should produce at the time of admission, an Eligibility Certificate from the Thahsildar to entitle him/her for fee concession, lump sum grant, monthly stipend, pocket money etc.
If any eligible Backward Community student has paid his/her fees at the time of joining college and such fees had been remitted into the treasury, the amount of fees so paid will be reimbursed by the Harijan Welfare Department. The Principal of the college after getting the refund, would disburse the amount to the concerned student after getting their aquittance

Rules for Examination Candidates

Students must make sure that they are familiar with the examination rules for candidates. These rules apply to all examinations. If students break these rules they will be penalized and may fail the examination.
Students must not:
1. Enter the exam room without a valid Admit Card or a provisional written permission from the Vice Principal or Dean concerned;
2. Enter the exam room 15 minutes after the start of the examination without written permission from the Vice Principal or Dean concerned;
3. Leave the exam room temporarily or permanently during the first 60 minutes of the examination;
4. Leave the exam room during the last 15 minutes of the examination;
5. Take away any exam stationery from the exam room excepting the question papers at the end of the examination;
6. Bring into the exam room any books, notes, log tables, bags dictionaries, any electronic device e.g. cell phones, other than non-progmmable calculators;
7. Write anything on the question papers;
8. Write anything on the back of the two top sheets of their answer books
9. Start writing until told to begin by the invigilator;
10. Write their names or Roll Numbers or any identification mark on the
additional sheets they take during the examination
11. Ask for additional sheets until the old one is practically complete;
12. Attempt more questions than that required as per instruction on the question paper. ( For instance if a question paper requires 6 questions to be answered and a candidate answers 7 or more then only the first 6 answers will be examined
13. Use any unfair means. Please refer to Academic Misconduct.
Students must:
1. Obey all instructions by the invigilator;
2. Place their Admit Cards on their desks where the invigilator can see them;
3. Check that they have no unauthorized materials on their desks

Academic misconduct

Academic misconduct means any attempt by a student to gain improper advantage in any assessment by infringement of rules for examination candidates or through deception or fraudulent means or any attempt to assist another student to gain improper advantage.

Examples of academic misconduct include:
1) Assisting another student in any form of academic misconduct
2) Breaking the rules for examination candidates detailed in regulation 2.37 in order to gain improper     advantage, for example by
a Possessing notes, cog sheets, cell phones, programmable calculators or other unauthorized items;
b Leaving exam room to look at notes hidden elsewhere;
c Communicating or trying to communicate in any way (e.g. speech, writing, computer communication) during an examination with another student or with anyone outside the exam room;
d Not heeding warnings given by the invigilator(s) on duty;
e Taking away blank answer book or loose sheets and writing answers thereon outside the exam room before hand and attaching them with the original script;
f Leaving the exam hall without submitting the answer script and submitting the same later on the plea of inadvertence or any other consideration;
g Removing an inner sheet of the answer book and replacing it with another brought from outside with answers written on it;
h Creating disturbance in the exam hall/abusing/assaulting/threatening the invigilator on duty;
i Changing roll number deliberately;
j Destroying incriminating documents;
k Sitting an examination in place of another student or knowingly allowing another person to sit an examination in place of the student seeking credit for the assessment;
l Presenting data in laboratory reports, projects, etc. as based on work undertaken by the student, which have been invented by the student, altered, copied or obtained by improper means.
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